Thursday, October 3, 2013

But These Are Classics! Banned in the U.S.A. #Infographic

Does the phrase “banned books” spark your literary curiosity? A few scholarly heavyweights, like Lord of the Flies, Ulysses and the Color Purple, were once deemed too morally, racially, or religiously provocative. Now, these titles are popularly studied in classrooms nationwide. Coinciding with Banned Books Week, the infographic below explains the stunning reasons certain books were once forbidden in the U.S.A. - See more at:

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Banned In the USA: Top Ten Banned or Challenged Classics
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